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Good to see the cave is an equal-opportunity habitat when it comes to the LGBT community.
Fun fact: forest fires are actually a natural part of most forests' ecosystems.
See, forests naturally accumulate fallen leaves and other organic matter collectively referred to as "leaf litter". When a forest burns all that turns to ash, which makes a great fertilizer. In addition, the lack of tree cover means that there is more sunlight reaching the forest floor, again providing an ideal environment for new plants to grow.
However, if you put out a forest fire, that means leaf litter can keep accumulating, making the next forest fire all the more dangerous. This means that Atticus may have actually saved lives by setting the forest on fire.
Okay, he also committed negligent homicide too – who knows how many people got killed by that fire - but still.
November 18th, 2016
More "Literary Analysis"
Of course. What else has a weaving motif? Fate. Who symbolises fate, while also killing (in a roundabout way) with threads and knitting?

Madame Therese Defarge. It's so obvious. I don't know why I didn't think of this before.

Wait, yes I do. I didn't read A Tale Of Two Cities.

Incidentally, I'm now split 50/50 between Defarge and Moriarty. The callousness (I wouldn't label it as "cruelty"), Machiavellian-ness, and hidden-in-plain-sight-ness could belong to either of them, and the story seems to highlight the callousness above a lot of his other traits (pointing towards Defarge), but this IS Anna's first guess, meaning she is Bound to have an 90% chance of getting it wrong.
October 3rd, 2016
@Nomen: A chessboard pattern points towards strategic thinking and a tendency to think a couple steps ahead of opponents. Both are necessary qualities for chess players and both are probably going to be possessed by Moriarty-children. It fits with the other clues, so I'm sticking to it.
Then again, there's one other Holmesian villain that could fit (Charles Augustus Milverton), but I'm sticking with Moriarty and keeping the Napoleon of blackmail in my back pocket so I can cry "I knew it!" if it's confirmed.
Then again (again), this guy may not be able to logic his way out of a wet paper bag, given he's taking more than one or two sentences to figure out the Sires of the two girls with diametrically opposed personalities. Or maybe he's just eliminating the broader suspects before providing a smoking gun to slam the point home. Maybe I'm wasting my time here and he actually is the Moriarty-child. Whatever.
September 29th, 2016
Spider motif, unpleasantly arrogant behavior, chessboard pattern on his tie, and skeletal Sire-shadow point to Moriarty. That's pretty obvious. I'm assuming Julian is the Moran-child, given the good Colonel was the only one that Moriarty communicated directly with.
EDIT: Oh, and he just sits in a cafe ordering others to do stuff for him. That's pretty Moriarty.
I don't know much about computer programming...
...but maybe the reason Curio's spell melted the knob is because he changed the variables assigned to the knob and not those assigned to the lock?
Amical's expression in the last panel.
@ChibiSilverWings: You have to add .gif to the end of the URL.
In any case, it's a stock "THAT'S RACIST!" reaction gif.
I'm calling him Obie.
You can't stop me.
@ChibiSilverWings: Don't forget that he's a denizen of the Internet. Those guys are mental.
@ChibiSilverWings: I wouldn't. He's a reality TV star.
@Arcblade: Asia's WAY too passive for leadership. Plus, I'm betting that under that logical veneer lies some serious neuroses.
@Alexis_Royce: I'd use Space magic by viewing the room in my head and manipulating it, essentially using 3D Photoshop.
Mind magic would be more like writing a book. I'd imagine how it would look from a literary perspective and what the "character" in question would think at that moment, or just dictate their actions.
@Aslandus: Is he? That would be an interesting Matter/Forces spell, but no. "Making an object invisible" is the correct grammar.
@Jamsterbuggy: Only 72? You're one of THOSE people. The kind with a life.

@burningtyger: Pretty sure he "fancies" everyone.
@Alexis_Royce: Stop doing that!
I was drinking some soda while reading this!
@burningtyger: My interpretation is that she has social skills, but is extremely uncomfortable in social situations and effectively shuts down. It goes without saying that I'm probably projecting a bit.
@Xiandata: It's quite possible he's deliberately being obtuse. Maybe he thinks it's a ruse to get out of classwork?
@ElyssaJM: Stockholm Syndrome, ho!